IN: Anonymous report of man with gun wouldn’t alone support frisk, but def fled

Police received an anonymous tip that a man matching defendant’s description had a gun in a bar. The officer arrived right after the call and saw defendant. Under state case law, that alone wasn’t enough for a frisk without more. Defendant gave more by fleeing. Redfield v. State, 2017 Ind. App. LEXIS 227 (May 30, 2017).

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